poems

I’ve written since before I can remember. The earliest things I remember writing are poems. And I haven’t stopped yet.

Poetry editors can be very fastidious in this exceptionally flexible digital world of ours, so much so that even a stray bit on a findable website might count for prior publication. So here is where I point you to where others have published my works.

Available online

Festival Writer 2:13 Unpublishable 2014, “sacrificial / 20051001a” and “the divided mind / 20130828”

Offline

(20110324), Texas Poetry Calendar 2018, week of May 13. Dos Gatos Press
chimera / 20051200,” di-vêrsé-city 2017. Austin International Poetry Festival
Fire and Dust, a collection of “Nais Gadol Hayah Shom / 20111001,” “after Qoholet / 20131119,””are we there yet? / 20130919,” and  “charcoal / 20121125,” TWJ Magazine, issue 64: February 2017
newtonian movement / 20130418,” di-vêrsé-city 2016. Austin International Poetry Festival
(20110324), Texas Poetry Calendar 2016, week of May 8. Dos Gatos Press
puzzling / 20100826a,” di-vêrsé-city 2015. Austin International Poetry Festival

Juvenilia

“Terror From the Alarm Clock”

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